Mark your calendar for Girl Time 2017 – Saturday, September 23

Girl Time: Discover. Dream. Do. – Girls and Engineering Family Event


Join in the fun at Girl Time, our annual family event all about girls and engineering.

Saturday, September 23, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

  • Learn about engineering from women engineers
  • Explore hands-on activities and demos
  • Meet girls involved in STEM clubs and activities and young women studying STEM fields
  • Dream about your future!

$9 Pre-registered/$12 at the door; Members free. (Children must be accompanied by an adult)

Do you have a young inventor, designer, creator, or tinkerer in your life? Do you know someone who enjoys math, science, or technology? This event is for you! Drop in between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to explore engineering together. Try hands-on activities designed with girls in mind, see demonstrations, and chat with women working in, or studying, engineering to learn more about their work, fields of study, and how they knew this was the career for them. Bring in your curiosity and questions and leave with ideas to get involved in STEM today and dreams for your future!

We’re gathering women engineers from corporations around the Twin Cities, including Boston Scientific and Emerson, to showcase their work through interactive STEM activities. You’ll also meet young women studying STEM fields at universities and girls from local high schools and middle schools.

Drop in for an hour or stay all day to explore together. Perfect for girls ages 5-12 and their grown-ups. Boys also welcome.

Thank you to our 2017 Girl Time sponsors:

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 In Kind:

Special thanks to Papa John’s Pizza for donating 20% of the event day’s proceeds back to The Works Museum!

Check our Events page for other exciting family science and engineering events at The Works Museum.

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